Runoffs Day 2 qualifying report
Hankook named B-Spec tire for 2021
Throughout Wednesday’s City Corridor Membership Racing Board assembly performed at Street America, the B-Spec group discovered that the Hankook Z214 would be the official spec dry tire for all B-Spec automobiles, starting June 1, 2021. With the introduction got here the announcement of a big contingency program to reward prime finishers.
Every automobile within the class will run on a 205/50-15 sized tire throughout dry races. Moist tires stay open however require a 200 treadwear score.
Throughout Majors and Hoosier Tremendous Tour races, drivers can earn two tires for a race win, as much as one tire for a runner-up, and as a lot as $50 in credit score for a third-place end, dependent upon the variety of starters within the race.
As for subsequent 12 months’s Runoffs at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, if greater than 10 B-Spec drivers attend the Runoffs, Hankook can pay out eight tires for a win, six for a silver medal, 4 tires for bronze, a pair of tires for fourth via sixth place, and one tire for each remaining finisher as much as 18th place. Moreover, Hankook will present full occasion assist on the Runoffs, with technical assist at choose different occasions in the course of the 2021 season.
Wednesday qualifying leaders
Under are provisional qualifying leaders from the second of three qualifying days for the 57th SCCA Nationwide Championship Runoffs throughout the 26 completely different courses with driver title, hometown, SCCA area, automobile and quickest lap time. A full rundown of qualifying outcomes could be discovered right here.
American Sedan: Gregory Eaton; Woodbridge, VA; Washington DC Area; Ford Mustang; 2:27.045
B-Spec: Tony Roma; Beverly Hills, MI; Detroit Area; Chevrolet Sonic; 2:52.503
E Manufacturing: Jesse Prather; Topeka, KS; Kansas Area; BMW Z3; 2:28.02
F Manufacturing: Ethan Shippert; Petaluma, CA; Cal Membership; Lotus Tremendous Seven; 2:32.731
H Manufacturing: Steve Sargis; Frankfort, IL; Blackhawk Valley Area; Triumph Spitfire; 2:40.177
Components 500: James Weida; West Lafayette, IN; Indianapolis Area; Scorpion S1 Rotax; 2:21.050
Components Atlantic: Spencer Brockman; Westport, CT; New England Area; Swift 014a Mazda; 2:04.274
Components Continental: Robert Allaer; Grosse Pte. Woods, MI; Cent. Florida Area; Van Diemen RF02; 2:12.644
Components Enterprises 2: Scott Rettich; Columbus, OH; Ohio Valley Area; FE2/Mazda; 2:13.534
Components F: Simon Sikes; Martinez, GA; Atlanta Area; Mygale SJ12 Honda; 2:24.134
Components Vee: Hunter Phelps-Barron; Garland, TX; Texas Area; Mysterian M4; 2:43.994
Components X: Jacob Loomis; Southlake, TX; Texas Area; Star Components Mazda; 2:16.968
GT-1: Ernie Francis Jr.; Southwest Ranches, FL; Florida Area; Ford Mustang; 2:03.382
GT-2: Andrew Aquilante; Chester Springs, PA; Philadelphia Area; Chevrolet Corvette; 2:12.298
GT-3: Jeff Dernehl; Roswell, GA; Atlanta Area; Mazda RX-7; 2:23.120
GT-Lite: Chris Bovis; Overland Park, KS; Chicago Area; Honda CRX; 2:32.185
Prototype 1: Jean-Luc Liverato; Woodstock, GA; Atlanta Area; Elan DP02; 2:01.498
Prototype 2: Robert Iversen; Gulf Breeze, FL; Gulf Coast Area; Ligier JS 49; 2:08.514
Spec Miata: Preston Pardus; New Smyrna Seashore, FL; Central Florida Area; Mazda Miata; 2:42.965
Spec Racer Ford 3: Brian Schofield; Lakeland, FL; Central Florida Area; SRF3; 2:30.952
Tremendous Touring Lite: Joe Moser; Wilmette, IL; Detroit Area; Honda CRX Si; 2:32.024
Tremendous Touring Beneath: David Fiorelli; Coppell, TX; Texas Area; Subaru BRZ; 2:27.883
Touring 1: Andrew Aquilante; Chester Springs, PA; Philadelphia Area; Ford Mustang; 2:17.760
Touring 2: Alan Kossof; Prospect Hts., IL; Chicago Area; Porsche 996; 2:24.195
Touring 3: Marshall Mast; Denver, PA; Philadelphia Area; Ford Mustang EcoBoost; 2:30.921
Touring 4: John Heinricy; Clarkston, MI; Detroit Area; Toyota 86; 2:37.617
Tune in 8 a.m. Central Thursday for Tire Rack Pole Day
Audio-only protection of Runoffs qualifying continues Thursday morning from Street America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Commentary Thursday shall be supplied by the Tremendous Tour Radio introduced by Hoosier Racing Tire broadcast group with Mike Wolfe, Bob Steele, Andy Delay, Brian Donati and Gregg Ginsberg offering protection of Tire Rack Pole Day. Audio commentary could be heard trackside and on 87.7 FM for these fortunate sufficient to be on web site at Street America. For these elsewhere, comply with Runoffs qualifying at SCCA.com or the Efficiency Motorsport Community.